Integrating Change as a Path to Wholeness

  • Finding Balance in an Uncertain World

    Integrating Change as a Path to Wholeness

Apr 20th, 2021

Everything changes, continually.
Life is inherently challenging, for everyone.
Actions have consequences, big and small.   

All of us, no matter who we are, experience the pleasure and pain of success and failure, gain and loss, illness, aging, and death. When difficulty happens we tend to think something is wrong, we push it away we want it to end. When things are going well, we think this is how it's supposed to be, we hold on forgetting that it, too, will once again change.

Join us as we take a deep dive into the Buddha's teachings on Impermanence, Suffering, and Interconnection supported by the healing promise of Intention, Ethics and Love. 

Each session includes silent and guided meditation, a dharma talk, and group discussion. Everyone is welcome, both new and seasoned practitioners.

6 Tuesday Afternoons
3:00 - 5:00pm Pacific Time
April 20 - May 25
Live Online via Zoom

Course Fee:
$192 to $292
Offering fees above the base rate helps make Pacific Mindfulness programs more widely available. Thank you for your consideration!

Pacific Mindfulness is committed to increasing access to the teachings and practices of awareness, generosity, compassion, and wisdom. In this spirit, most of our courses and retreats offer some financial support. We are steadfastly dedicated to offering programs that help protect, support, and expand the well-being of ourselves, each other, and our environment.

All financial assistance has been awarded for this course.


Heidi Bourne is a meditation teacher in the Insight Meditation tradition and is the founder and guiding teacher of Pacific Mindfulness. She has been teaching groups and individuals since 2005 in both public and private settings, offering courses, nature retreats, and professional programs. In addition, she regularly teaches at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, where she has been deeply influenced by her long-time mentor and friend, Sylvia Boorstein. Heidi is especially interested in the integration of the common sense, accessible and timeless teachings of awareness, ethics, and love into the complexity of our everyday lives. She is known for her grounded, down-to-earth humor and presence. Heidi has a background in nursing, has been a small business owner since 1988, and lives in northern California with her family.


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